Current Vacancies

               PRACTICE NURSE VACANCY  -  Previous GP Practice Nurse experience essential    

Hours: Negotiable

Salary: Competitive

Dr Murray & Partners are a high achieving practice, an integral part of the local community and located in Ulverston on the edge of the Lake District in Cumbria.

We are a training practice and actively involved in the leadership of our local P.C.N. and Federation.

Currently we have six Partners, four Salaried G.P.s, a wonderful nursing team of 5 practice nurses and 4 HCAs, and highly supportive admin and management teams, practice pharmacists and social prescribers.

We run the Covid Vaccination Programme on behalf of the P.C.N., which is highly valued by patients from the whole area.

 

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, caring, highly motivated and experienced practice nurse.

We can offer a supportive working environment with excellent opportunities for career development.

We strive for a good work-life balance whilst achieving extremely high patient satisfaction levels in the national G.P. Practice Survey.

Please see attached Job Description & Person Specification below.

Practice Nurse JD & PS

Applications can be submitted by email to mbccg.ulverstonhealth@nhs.net.

  

Receptionist

Hours: Full Time 37.5 Hours a week

Starting Salary £9.50

Are you looking for a varied and rewarding, and challenging new role?

We are a friendly training practice with approximately 11,500 patients seeking, as part of our continued development and expansion, an enthusiastic, hardworking and motivated individual to join our team.

Our priority is delivering excellent patient care to the community. We have great team to support delivery of this

As a receptionist you will be the first point of contact for patients and other healthcare professionals.

Duties include booking appointments, dealing with a wide variety of queries and signposting.

The job description and information about how to apply are below.

Receptionist Job Description

 



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